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‘I’ll Take All of That Ya Got!’: The Story Behind Future Islands’ Legendary Letterman Performance, 10 Years Later
“Ladies and gentlemen, we couldn’t be happier to have them here. Please welcome Future Islands.” Late night TV is filled with memorable musical moments. Before Carpool Karaoke, TikTok, and whatever it is Jimmy Fallon is doing these days, late-night television used to be where you could create a name for yourself. It used to mean […]
IDLES’ Joe Talbot Talks ‘Tangk,’ U.K. Hip-Hop On ‘Lipps Service’
IDLES frontman Joe Talbot is the latest guest on the 'SPIN Presents Lipps Service podcast' to discuss the band's new album, 'Tangk.'
U2 Wrap Las Vegas Sphere Residency With Daniel Lanois, Rare ’40’
U2 concluded its groundbreaking 40-show 'U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere' residency last night (March 2) in Las Vegas.
Synth Legend Suzanne Ciani Stuns At NYC Church Show
The show was a cosmic journey comprising material from her 1984 album 'Seven Waves' filtered through the Buchla200 analog synthesizer.
Keith Richards Covers Velvet Underground On Lou Reed Tribute LP
Keith Richards' take on the Velvet Underground's 'I'm Waiting for the Man' leads the upcoming Lou Reed tribute album 'The Power of the Heart.'
Faye Webster Tells Us Why Nights at the Symphony Were Just What She Needed
It was just an audio call. But it was easy to sense a shrug and a sly smile from Faye Webster, all the way from a tour stop in Brisbane, Australia, when asked about deeper meanings in the title of her new album, Underdressed at the Symphony.  “I mean,” she says, “my thought about the […]
De La Soul’s Second Act: An Exclusive Interview
De La Soul’s Kelvin “Posdnuos” Mercer and Vincent “Pasemaster Mase” Mason aren’t necessarily aware of this, but there’s an elephant in the room—or, more accurately, on the phone. Knowing the one-year anniversary of Dave “Trugoy the Dove” Jolicoeur ’s death was just days ago on February 12 creates an arc of sadness that has yet […]
5 Albums I Can’t Live Without: Brian Ritchie of Violent Femmes
Name  Brian Ritchie Best known for  I’m best known as the knob who plays the “Blister in the Sun” bass riff, but that only scratches the surface of my Renaissance Man persona.  Current city  Splitting time between Hobart and Canberra.  Really want to be in  I like wandering around Kyoto and visiting the temples and gardens. My favorite rock […]
KYNG on the Beauty of Metal Catharsis
"California heavy" band talk about metal catharsis and meeting their heavy music heroes.
The Record Store: Vinyl Lovers Tell Us How to Survive a Fire
“Our aim is to carry left-field and largely non-mainstream music we feel deserves a larger audience,” says Jeff Knowlton, co-owner of Vancouver’s Dandelion Records. “We hear the word curation often, but in reality we’re just trying to get the best stuff out there in every genre and sell it as cheaply as we can without […]
Billy Gibbons + Tim Montana Announce Co-Ownership of Restaurant
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Tim Montana announced details on their co-ownership of the Wise River Club, an historic bar and hotel in Montana. Continue reading…
Thrash Musicians Being Wholesome AF
We compiled a video of clips of thrash metal musicians' most wholesome moments, featuring members of Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and more. Continue reading…
Better Van Halen Era - David Lee Roth vs. Sammy Hagar?
Join Chuck Armstrong on 'Loudwire Nights' for a heated debate on the best era of Van Halen: Roth vs. Hagar! Continue reading…
Talk Box Inventor Bob Heil Dead at 83
Peter Frampton and Joe Walsh among those paying tribute to the audio technology pioneer. Continue reading…
Ex-Thy Art Is Murder Singer CJ McMahon Has a New Career
Singer CJ McMahon shifts gears to real estate business after departure from Thy Art is Murder, promoting positive change. Continue reading…
Halestorm + I Prevail Announce 2024 North American Summer Tour
Halestorm and I Prevail have announced a 2024 North American summer tour with Hollywood Undead and Fit for a King as support. Continue reading…
Justin Chancellor Cites the Most Exhausting Question About Tool
Bassist Justin Chancellor says it was 'more exhausting' when people asked about the timeline for Tool's 'Fear Inoculum' than any other question. Continue reading…
Most + Least Played Song Live Off Each Album by Thrash's 'Big 4'
See which songs thrash metal's 'Big 4' played the most and least, from each of their albums. Continue reading…
Ritchie Blackmore’s Favorite Band Is One We Would Never Guess
Ritchie Blackmore's revelation about loving this band reveals a humorous and human side to the iconic guitarist. Continue reading…
Blackberry Smoke Drummer Brit Turner Has Died at 57
Brit Turner, drummer for country-rock group Blackberry Smoke, has died at 57, as revealed in a public statement. Continue reading…
38 Years Ago - Metallica Release 'Master of Puppets'
On March 3, 1986, Metallica released 'Master of Puppets'. Get the story behind the album. Continue reading…
Satanic Celebrities - Stars Accused of Demonic Rituals
Some genuinely believe these stars sold their souls to the devil. Continue reading…
Jamil Jivani wins Durham byelection
The lawyer and commentator secured more than 55 per cent of the vote with almost all polls reporting as of late Monday evening.
Double fatal collision shuts down UP Express
Two people have died following a collision involving an UP Express train late Monday night.
Akim Aliu discusses racism in sports report
Canadian hockey player Akim Aliu, of the Hockey Diversity Alliance, discusses a new racism in sports report.
Court rules states can't block candidates
CTV News political analyst Eric Ham spoke to us about the outcome of the case.
Trump's happy with Supreme Court decision
Donald Trump says he's pleased about today's ruling, and his next focus is on blocking all legal action against him.
Apple fined $2 billion by the E.U.
The E.U. says the tech giant prioritized its own music streaming service over others.
Man charged with terrorism in Edmonton shooting
28-year-old man Bezhani Sarvar is accused of bringing a gun into the building during the chaotic event on January 23rd.
Haley secures first victory of primaries
Stephen Farnsworth is a political science professor at the university of Mary Washington
TPS seek witnesses in fatal shooting
Toronto police provided an update on the fatal shooting in Rexdale, they are looking for witnesses.
Freeland to present federal budget on April 16
Freeland will present the Liberal government's federal budget on April 16, as cost-of-living issues continue to dominate Canadian politics.
‘You can land an airplane’ on 407, NDP says
Ontario’s opposition is asking the Doug Ford government to remove tolls on Highway 407 for truck drivers.
Vehicle smashes into home after fleeing scene
A driver who was spotted at the scene of a suspected bank robbery in Ajax crashed their vehicle into a home.
WRHA says Street Connections van stolen, asking for public’s help locating it
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority wants your help in tracking down a van for one of its outreach programs which it says was stolen over the weekend.
Recent B.C. snow welcome, but long-term drought concerns linger
Lower-than-usual snowfall resulting in a thin snowpack has heightened concerns about another year of drought, with spring on the way in B.C.
Zacha scores twice, Bruins down Leafs 4-1
Sheldon Keefe watched his team give up a breakaway 14 seconds into Monday's first period.
Man arrested after sexual assault near Toronto Metropolitan University: police
A man has been arrested after he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman as she walked to class at near Toronto Metropolitan University over the weekend, police said.
Edmonton family desperate for answers after man found nearly frozen to death
Dashcam video obtained by the Morin family shows Jennon continuing to walk down 23 Avenue, closer to 119 Street, still in the direction of home. But he never arrived.
WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – Mar. 4
Watch the online edition of Global News Hour at 6 BC.
‘You don’t want to die alone’: B.C. hit-and-run victim’s mom thanks man who found him
Rod Kelly, 54, was struck and killed on Feb. 8 as he rode his bicycle on Comox Valley Parkway near Courtenay. A Vancouver Island man has since been charged with murder.
Winnipeg parents want passenger of drunk driver charged, say ‘keys were the bullet’
After Jordyn Reimer was killed by an impaired driver in May 2022, her parents want someone--who allegedly gave the driver the keys to his vehicle--to face charges as well.
City of Hamilton confirms ransomware attack, mayor promises ‘full review’
City Manager Marnie Cluckie confirmed, during a media briefing late Monday afternoon, that the city was recently hit by a ransomware attack.
Liquor industry hopeful Vancouver Cocktail Week can stir up fresh business
Business has been slow in the post-holiday season, with inflation and the rising cost of living and a growing number of people taking time off from drinking.
Today on Sky Sports Racing: Major Fortune seeks five-timer
Three thrilling meetings at Lingfield, Newcastle and Southwell host the racing on Tuesday, with Major Fortune seeking a five-timer- all live on Sky Sports Racing.
Bullseye icon Green dies aged 85
Bullseye star and darts commentator Tony Green has died aged 85.
Van den Bergh defends pace of play after crowd boos
UK Open champion Dimitri Van den Bergh defended his pace of play after earning boos from the crowd during his gripping 11-10 win over Luke Humphries in Sunday's final at Minehead.
McCann: Combat sport leading way in stopping defining sport by gender
For Molly McCann, the epic duel between Natasha Jonas and Mikaela Mayer in January epitomised the respect women's boxing has garnered and indicated how combat sport is leading the way in stripping the need to define sport by gender.
Root stands by reverse-scoop: 'I will play the way I think is best'
Joe Root insists he has no regrets over his choice of shot selection as he has discussed his battle for form on England's tour of India on the latest Sky Sports Cricket Podcast.
F1 Academy: All you need to know ahead of 2024 season
F1 Academy is back for a second season and you can watch every race live on Sky Sports F1.
The remarkable rise of Francis Ngannou
The world didn't give Francis Ngannou a chance. Now the world is queuing up to give him a chance. Now maybe, just maybe, it can be his world.
Contain and frustrate or throw caution to wind? Borthwick's Ireland dilemma
Play defensively and look to frustrate and contain, or throw caution to the wind with nothing to lose? Those appear the two main options staring Steve Borthwick in the face as England prepare to host Ireland at Twickenham...
The story of Hamilton's shock move to Ferrari
Sky F1's Ted Kravitz reveals the story behind Lewis Hamilton's shock decision to join Ferrari in 2025, and the potential impact across the paddock.
Higgins misses out on 'golden ball' 167 break in Saudi Arabia
John Higgins came agonisingly close to becoming the first player to compile a 'golden ball' 167 break at the World Masters of Snooker in Saudi Arabia.
Great Britain in mix to host 2029 World Athletics Championships
Great Britain is in the mix to host the 2029 World Athletics Championships with London the most likely venue, according to UK Athletics chief Jack Buckner.
Six goals, five in first half! See how Arsenal embarrassed Sheff Utd
FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Arsenal’s win against Sheffield United in the Premier League.
Republicans neglect the border, but can’t ignore national security
Republicans say they care about the border but reject any bipartisan deal. They have to show resolve and remind our adversaries that the US stands behind our allies.
Several people killed in single-engine plane crash in Nashville, officials say
Several people were killed when a single-engine plane crashed in Nashville, Tennessee, after it was forced to make an emergency landing near Interstate 40.
Speaker slams House Dems after report they’ll act after SCOTUS allows Trump to stay on CO ballot: 'get a grip'
House Speaker Johnson slammed reports that Democrats are ginning up legislation in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision Monday to keep Trump off the 2024 ballot.
Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards misses start after showing up late to game
The Minnesota Timberwolves were hit with a delay of game infraction before the game even started after an odd, and hilarious, sequence involving All-Star Anthony Edwards.
GREG GUTFELD: For every DEI that dies, a new one comes to life just under a different name
'Gutfeld!' panelists react to the University of Florida eliminating all diveristy, equity and inclusion positions.
Trump maintains grip on GOP nod with victory in North Dakota caucuses
Former President Donald Trump notched yet another primary victory on Monday, this time winning the North Dakota Caucuses that took place on the eve of "Super Tuesday."
SEAN HANNITY: Donald Trump scored a major victory today
Fox News host Sean Hannity says former President Donald Trump "scored a major victory today" after the Supreme Court said he cannot be banned from the Colorado ballot.
Accused Facebook killer in California claims his confession was AI-generated
Mark Stephen Mechikoff, the man accused of recording a gruesome murder and then posting the video on his Facebook page, claimed his confession was AI-generated.
Nevada Democrat Jacky Rosen makes Senate re-election bid official
Democratic Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen formally announced Monday her intent to run for re-election in one of the most closely-watched Senate races of the 2024 cycle.
JESSE WATTERS: Democrats will now have to persuade voters instead of nine judges
Fox News host Jesse Watters unpacks the significance of the Supreme Court's 9-0 ruling in the Trump Colorado ballot ban case on 'Jesse Watters Primetime.'
Video shows Tesla Cybertruck crash into iconic Beverly Hills Hotel sign
Beverly Hills Police confirmed a Tesla Cybertruck was involved in a crash Sunday night in Los Angeles, which left the vehicle lodged underneath the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel sign.
LAURA INGRAHAM: Liberals sound 'defeated' after the Trump Supreme Court case ruling
Fox News host Laura Ingraham reacts to liberal sadness over the Supreme Court ruling in a 9-0 decision that former President Donald Trump can not be excluded from the Colorado ballot.
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